I’ve been working with N (24 months) on sorting and colors. I made this activity using the colors of the rainbow to use on our new magnetic white board. Just print, cut, laminate, and attach magnetic tape to the back of each piece.
Don’t have a magnetic board? Use the fridge or sort them on the floor! Another option is to use the color cards and sort other colorful objects that you have on hand.
Download and Print the Color Sorting Printable
More Color Matching Activities
Color Matching Bugs – This color activity is popular for preschoolers and toddlers. Print more than one copy to turn it into a sorting activity instead of matching the bugs to the leaves.
Dinosaur Color Matching – This free printable color matching activity is for dinosaur lovers.
Bug Color Matching – This printable activity is great for an insect unit or a spring time lesson.
Leave Color Sorting – Sorting leaves by color is a great activity for Fall. Use pieces of construction paper as color mats to sort the leaves onto.
Sticker Color Sorting – I bought these foam shapes from the craft store and used them for color sorting mats. Then we used stickers we had on hand to match and sort.
Your little one will also love this Colors Elevator Game (free printable).
Use these printables in a math center, to work on identifying color sight words, or to practice color recognition.